Blood after hemotransfusion for anaemia, illustration - stock illustration

Iron deficiency anaemia. Computer illustration showing blood of a patient after hemotransfusion. Normal red blood cells are seen together with hypochromic (stain poorly) and microcytic (small) red blood cells. A small lymphocyte is drawn for size comparison. This is the most common form of anaemia worldwide. It is caused by a deficiency of iron, an essential component of the blood pigment haemoglobin. Symptoms include tired- ness, dizziness, and pale skin. Treatment for severe iron deficiency anaemia is transfusion of blood.
Iron deficiency anaemia. Computer illustration showing blood of a patient after hemotransfusion. Normal red blood cells are seen together with hypochromic (stain poorly) and microcytic (small) red blood cells. A small lymphocyte is drawn for size comparison. This is the most common form of anaemia worldwide. It is caused by a deficiency of iron, an essential component of the blood pigment haemoglobin. Symptoms include tired- ness, dizziness, and pale skin. Treatment for severe iron deficiency anaemia is transfusion of blood.
Blood after hemotransfusion for anaemia, illustration
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